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What Homer's 'Odyssey' can teach us about reentering the world after a year of isolation

By Joel Christensen, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, Brandeis University
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A scholar of Greek literature writes why we need to turn to the past to understand the present – and the lessons that Homer's hero, Odysseus, holds for us.


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